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Event Starts:
Wednesday March 29, 2017
@ 7:30am

Event Ends:
Thursday March 30, 2017
@ 5:00pm

Timezone
US/Central

Location:
Hilton Garden Inn

410 S 3rd Street
Manhattan, KS 66502

Hotel Room Rate:*
$112.00/ night. Single or double occupancy room.

Hotelroom reservaton :http://hiltongardeninn.hilton.com/en/gi/groups/personalized/M/MANGIGI-KSCL-20170328/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

*Room block closes: March 8th 2017*



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2017 KSCLS / Wheatlands Chapter CLMA

Annual Meeting

Hilton Garden Inn - Manhattan, KS

March 29-30, 2017



General Information:

The Program Committee is pleased to offer another exciting program at the 2017 meeting in Manhattan. Please remember that this is a PRELIMINARY look at the array of programs and all are subject to change.
 
  • Keynote speakers are back by popular demand from last year with Dr Marty Vanier speaking about the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility (NBAF) currently under construction in Manhattan, and Coach Bill Snyder inspiring us all.
     
  • We are pleased to welcome Suzanne Campbell, ASCLS President, who will be speaking on Wednesday.
     
  • Hematology topics such as abnormal cell review, the use of stem cells inhuman, and hemostasis.
     
  • Chemistry Topics – Sepsis, Procalcitonin, Hepatitis Update, Kidney Stones, Vein Ischemia, Chronic Kidney Diseases, and Chemical Safety.
     
  • Micro topics including MALDI-TOF, Infectious Diseases, Testing for TB and Tick-borne Illnesses.
     
  • Immunohematology – Transfusion Medicine Update and red cell genotyping.
     
  • Timely topics – Leadership Skills, The Cost of Quality, Clinical IT Solutions, PAMA, KU DCLS Program, and Interdisciplinary Education Program.



                                              
WEDNESDAY, March 29, 2017
Preliminary Program

7:00a – 6:00p

Registration

8:00a – 9:30a

Welcome and Keynote

 – Bill Snyder, Head Football Coach, Kansas State University

 

General Sessions

9:40a – 10:40a

 

Moving ASCLS Forward

– Suzanne Campbell, PhD

Concepts of QC Data Management

–  Thomasine Newby

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

– Suelyn Hall, MD

10:40 – 10:50a

Break

10:50a – 11:50a

 

Regenerative Medicine

– Corey Orava, DVM

Middleware & Clinical Data Management in the Lab

 –  Randal Melton

Blood Test For Early Detection of Lung Cancer

Laura Peek, PhD

11:50a – 12:45p

Lunch / Awards Ceremony

12:45p – 1:30p

Exhibits Open

1:30p – 2:30p

Doctorate in Clinical Laboratory Science

– Renee Hodgkins, PhD

Current Concepts in Hepatitis Testing

– Qian Ding, MD, PhD

RBC Morphology – What’s Normal & What’s Not?

– Tarek Salem, MD

2:30p – 2:45p

Break

2:45p – 3:45p

 

Bring Your “A” Game to Work

– Cheryl Lippert

Get Connected – Resources for Students and New Grads

– Breanna White

Sepsis

– Jackie Schirmer

3:55p – 4:55p

How to Get an MLS in Interprofessional Education

– Renee Hodgkins, PhD

Microbial ID for the 21st Century

– Dan Simmet

Procalcitonin: Case Studies & Clinical Pearls

– Mike Broyles, BSPharm.PD

5:00p – 6:30p

Exhibits Open – Vendor Reception

6:30p – 8:00p

Student Social

 

THURSDAY, March 30, 2017
Preliminary Program

7:00a – 5:00p

Registration

8:00a – 9:30a

Welcome and Keynote

National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) Construction & Programs

– Marty Vanier, DVM

 

 General Sessions

9:40a – 10:40a

Community-Acquired MRSA

– Grace Leu Burke

New TB & Tick-borne Disease Testing

– Derek Larson

LEAN

– Jack Zackowskie, PhD

10:40a – 10:50a

Break

10:50a – 11:50a

Procalcitonin: Case Studies & Clinical Pearls

– Mike Broyles, BSPharm.PD

Social Media

– Kim VonAhsen

Age of RBC Transfused & Clinical Outcomes

– Ram Reddy, MD

11:50a – 12:30p

Lunch

11:50a – 12:30p

CLMA Business Meeting

11:50a – 12:30p

KSCLS Business Meeting

12:30p – 1:30p

Exhibits

1:30p – 2:30p

Kidney Stones & Disease

– Felipe Rosso, MD

Current Concepts in Hepatitis Testing

– Qian Ding, MD, PhD

STD / HIV in Kansas

– Jennifer VandeVelde

2:30p – 2:45p

Break

2:45p – 3:45p

Chemical Security in Your Clinical Laboratory

– Jonathon Soucy

Mumps Outbreak in Kansas

– KDHE

Microbial ID for the 21st Century

– Dan Simmet

3:55p – 4:55p

Current Topics in Transfusion Medicine

– Nancy Bacon, Constance Fitz,          Ruby Brower

Governmental Update

– Linda Hickok

"Chronic Kidney Disease"

– Fadi Bedros, MD

 

 


 

 

P.A.C.E.© Credit:
 

  • The ASCLS P.A.C.E.© Program approves KSCLS as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences.All sessions are pending approval for P.A.C.E.©  credit.  The P.A.C.E.© credits awarded for each session will be published in the final program.
     

  • CE Organizer will be used for P.A.C.E. documentation.
     

  • For those individuals wishing to participate in the ASCP Certification Maintenance Program (CMP), the program committee has attempted to offer continuing education sessions which meet the CMP for generalists (MLS and MLT).  A minimum of 36 points over a period of three years is required and must include the following: 1 point in safety, 2 points each in blood bank, chemistry, hematology, and microbiology.  Other areas that may be counted toward CMP are immunology, molecular diagnostics, management, education, and/or other related laboratory area(s) of interest.




Questions:

Ruby Brower:     ruby.brower@kscls.com             (785) 532-8621

Linda Hickok:     ksclsclmameeting@gmail.com     (316) 650-7208